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press lumber. The Express says all is quiet on James River.-- in that paper, written from Prince George county, July 9th, says: This morning, looking from the bluff and shore I counted the Yankee vessels which are now in the river off Westover and Berkeley. I made out including five which were in sight, partly above Jordan's Point, and partly some miles below Westover. This count did not include the Canal boats and schooners, (perhaps fifteen or more) which be side by side and formWestover. This count did not include the Canal boats and schooners, (perhaps fifteen or more) which be side by side and form the foundation of the pontoon wharf constructed off the Berkeley fishing place. The wagons and tents visible are such fewer than formerly. No military array or parade has been seen by me on the open land next to the river. The smoke rising beyond the first woods in the rear, two or three miles from the river and always seen, indicates that the Yankee main camp is there. This forenoon the smoke extended farther westward than previously, as if the camp had been enlarged. Signal flags are on